Next-generation battery technology has dominated headlines in both scientific and mainstream news outlets for years. The number of critical applications that rely on this technology is rapidly growing. With battery-powered devices making their way into every facet of our lives, the margin for error and faulty products is smaller than ever. Manufacturers need the ability to inspect these devices and detect even the smallest defects.
This 30-minute Webinar presents an overview of applications of industrial X-ray computed tomography (CT), with specific emphasis on batteries and energy storage devices. It also examines how high-resolution, high-brilliance X-ray technology is providing battery manufacturers with a powerful tool for high-throughput quality inspection and comprehensive failure analysis.
An audience Q&A follows the technical presentation.
Andrew Ramsey, X-ray CT Consultant, Nikon Metrology
Andrew Ramsey graduated in physics from the University of Cambridge in 1986 and has been working in X-ray computed tomography since the early 1990s, first as a software engineer and then as a technical advisor to sales staff and customers worldwide. Originally based out of Nikon Metrology’s U.K. factory, Andrew has been supporting sales in the Americas from the company’s office in Brighton, Michigan since 2018.
Chris Peitsch, Business Development Manager, X-ray/CT Systems, Avonix Imaging
Chris Peitsch is the Business Development Manager of X-ray/CT Systems at Avonix Imaging. He is a recognized subject matter expert in radiography and X-ray computed tomography and its applications. Chris joined the Avonix Imaging team in 2020 and currently leads business development of X-ray and CT systems.
Linda Bell, Editor, SAE Media Group